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While we agree that it is important to know the truth, Tyson’s trusted source and conclusions differ radically from ours.
Episode 12 of Cosmos is entirely devoted to convincing viewers that dangerous man-made global warming threatens to destroy our planet.
Episode 11 of Cosmos treats the biblical account of Noah’s Flood as a spin-off of the ancient Epic of Gilgamesh.
Two Bible-believing Christians—Michael Faraday and James Clerk Maxwell—took center stage in the program.
Host Neil deGrasse Tyson tells an engaging story of how our supposed geological history has blindly guided our alleged human evolutionary history.
Episode Eight of Cosmos mingles fascinating physics and astronomy with evolutionary interpretations that cannot be tested or observed.
The final installment of Neil Shubin’s PBS miniseries, climbs to the top of the evolutionary tree of life to acquaint us with “our inner monkey.”
This episode tells the story of “one man’s quest” to discover what host Neil deGrasse Tyson assures viewers (six times) is the “true age of the Earth.”
The stars of the program were a group of reptiles that supposedly evolved into mammals, and the supporting cast consisted of baby opossums that gave their lives for the cause.
What we read in God’s Word even helps us understand what we see in God’s world—including most of the scientific principles taught in this episode.
Your Inner Fish, hosted on PBS by fish paleontologist Neil Shubin, blends fishy fables with embryology, genetics, and human anatomy.
There is no conflict between observational science and the Word of the Creator who made the laws of nature science has discovered.
Episode Four of Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey fires its most direct shot at the Bible’s account of creation before the first commercial break.
Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey spends much of episode three painting biblical Christianity with the same brush as false religions and superstitions.
Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey continues in its second episode to package a bit of observational science with a mass of unverifiable evolutionary claims.
The new Cosmos TV series included a story of the life of Giordano Bruno (1548–1600), which attempted to show that it was Bruno’s science that got him into trouble with religious authorities.
The first segment of packages unconditional blind faith in evolution as scientific literacy, but lacks in showing many actual scientific observations.
A review of the NOVA TV program on the Glacial Lake Missoula flood, PBS Television, United States. This program aired the week of September 19, 2005.
Questioning Darwin, a new HBO documentary filmed in part at the Creation Museum contrasts the views of Charles Darwin with those of Christians who accept the Bible’s account of creation.
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